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Thread: Daughter-in-laws quilt

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    Super Member vicki reno's Avatar
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    This is the heart quilt that I started summer before last, but had to set aside in order to get ready to move. It's for my DIL's birthday. It is machine pieced and hand quilted.
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    Ooooo that is sooooo pretty!!! Your DIL is going to love this :D:D:D

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    Awhhhhh I can feel a hug come'n on - cause you know you're gonna get a big one from her when she sees it!

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    I love the look of it! Your colors are so nice together, too.

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    I wish I had made it bigger, but hindsight is always better. :lol:

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    Beautiful job! Who wouldn't love a quilt like that? Your DIL is a lucky gal!

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    Beautiful! What a lucky DIL!

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    She is going to love it vicki!! :) It's gorgeous!!

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    I don't have as much time to sew as I thought I would. So I got started on this early in the year so I would not be frazzled trying to get it done at the last minute. What helped is the fact that my quilt guild has all day sewing sessions twice a month. I sew guilt free without distractions of dishes piling up or lunches needing to be served, etc.

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    That is simply gorgeous!!! And your hand quilting looks awesome! :D

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